NICK HALL is a comedian, actor and writer. He has written and performed for BBC2, BBC3, and BBC Radio 4.
Nick started his comedy career by beating the Gong at The Comedy Store, beating the Blackout at Up the Creek, and winning the New Act Night at the Comedy Café. He has now performed over 500 gigs across the UK and Europe, as well hosting a variety of live events, including cult movie night Hot Tub Cinema and hit football show Comedy Commentary. Nick has taken six solo shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as performing at the Brighton Fringe, Latitude Festival, Soho Theatre, Princes Trust, and Bloomsbury Theatre. Nick has also appeared on Sky News, The Times Red Box podcast and written articles for The Independent. Nick teaches stand-up classes at the Hoopla Comedy School.
Nick performs with The Committee improvised comedy group. The Committee create hilarious, fast-paced improvised comedy, all of it made up on the spot by performers as seen on BBC One, Channel 4 and Radio 4.
Nick also wrote and performed in the 'The Paramedics' which won the Top Shorts Film Festival Award for 'Best Comedy' and was selected for numerous other international festivals.
"Brilliant" The Times
"Impossible not to be won over" Chortle
“Crackingly original” ★★★★ The List
"Side splittingly funny" ★★★★★ ThreeWeeks
"Mad cap energy" ★★★★★ British Comedy Guide
"One not to miss" ★★★★ The Skinny
"Comedy dynamite" ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
"Genuinely hilarious" ★★★★ Fringe Review
Award winner for ‘Best Comedy’ at the Top Shorts Online Film Festival
Recommended by TimeOut, The Times and Fest